“1. Cop-outs. People who have no goals and do not commit. 2. Holdouts. People who don’t know if they can reach their goals, so they’re afraid to commit. 3. Dropouts. People who start toward a goal but quit when the going gets tough. 4. All-outs. People who set goals, commit to them, and pay the price to reach”

John C. Maxwell

“How Do You Write the Word “Attitude”? Directions: 1. Write the word attitude on the left line with your “writing” hand. 2. Write the word attitude on the right line with your other hand. The word attitude written with your writing hand. The word attitude written with your other hand. Application: When you look at the word attitude written by the hand you do not write with, you see a picture of the kind of attitude we usually have when we are trying to do something new. As one person said, “Nothing should ever be done for the first time.”

John C. Maxwell

“What you believe identifies who you are.”

John C. Maxwell

“The emotion you continually feed is the one that will dominate your life.”

John C. Maxwell

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”

John C. Maxwell

“My Influence My life shall touch a dozen lives Before this day is done. Leave countless marks of good or ill, E’er sets the evening sun. This, the wish I always wish, The prayer I always pray; Lord, may my life help others’ lives It touches by the way.7”

John C. Maxwell

“Many people fail to make a difference because they are so busy.

John C. Maxwell

“There’s a difference between hearing people and listening to them.”

John C. Maxwell

“Author Noel M. Tichy says, “The ultimate test for a leader is not whether he or she makes smart decisions and takes decisive action, but whether he or she teaches others to be leaders and builds an organization that can sustain its success even when he or she is not around.”

John C. Maxwell

“If you want to be productive, you should try to learn to get joy from what gives the greatest return and discipline yourself to do those things.”

John C. Maxwell

“Coach John Wooden would not have asked, “Why is it so difficult to realize that others are more likely to listen to us if first we listen to them?”

John C. Maxwell

“Learning is defined as a change in behavior. You haven't learned a thing until you can take action and use it.”

John C. Maxwell

“The way President Abraham Lincoln is said to have handled a person who had a know-it-all attitude. Lincoln asked, “How many legs will a sheep have if you call a tail a leg?”  “Five,” the man answered. “No,” replied Lincoln, “he’ll still have four, because calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it one.” 

John C. Maxwell

“experience alone does not add value to a life. It’s not necessarily experience that is valuable; it’s the insight people gain because of their experience

John C. Maxwell

“It is true: most people are more satisfied with old problems than committed to finding new solutions.”

John C. Maxwell


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